Noname followed suit at the IV stage on Saturday, bringing one of the most fun and bubbly sets of the weekend.
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Julien Baker brought the crowd to tears Friday afternoon at the Lake Eaux Lune stage.
Moses Sumney, an Eaux Claires alumni, brought an amazing performance for day two of the festival.
serpentwithfeet captivated audiences on Friday at the intimate IV stage.
Phoebe Bridgers brought out Christian Lee Hutson for her performance on Saturday at the brand-new circular stage.
Aaron Dessner's The National headlined Saturday night's lineup.
Big Red Machine’s performance was not only a collaboration between Vernon and Dessner — they also brought out friends Julien Baker and Gordi.
Big Red Machine, a collaboration between Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and The National's Aaron Dessner.
One of the first sets of the festival, Wye Oak made themselves at home at the innovative Flambeaux stage.